Kate Middleton and Prince William are looking for a new personal assistant to join full-time
4th October 2021

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Kate Middleton and Prince William are looking for a personal assistant to join their team, and the job description has been posted online.

Found on Daybook, it specifies that the right person for the role will have "previous personal assistant and administrative experience, including managing busy diaries and drafting correspondence. Candidates will have impeccable IT skills and a proactive approach.”

Other desirable skills include: "excellent organisation and communication skills," and "attention to detail and a willingness to undertake a wide variety of tasks" are musts.

The description continues: "The ability to maintain confidentiality and exercise discretion at all times is essential.”

The person who bags the job will have to manage Kate and William's diaries, arrange their meetings, organise and assist with visits, and events and travel too.

The PA will have an office at the Cambridge's London home, Kensington Palace, and the full will be a permanent contract of 37.5 hours a week.

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While an application closing date isn't specified, it is recommended to apply sooner rather than later so you don't miss out.

The royals are undeniably very busy people, with jam-packed schedules, and one expert has said that, since she's been out and about recently, they've noticed her "confidence has grown."

The 39 year old dazzled on the red carpet at the premiere of the new James Bond movie, No Time To Die, recently and looked equally as incredible when she wore a magenta power suit for an engagement in Northern Ireland the next day.

Royal expert Duncan Larcombe exclusively tells OK!: "I think what we see in Kate and what was epitomised by the Bond premiere was this newfound confidence. I think Kate is riding the crest of a wave in may ways, partly because of the falling out with Harry and Meghan, but also because in lockdown she really was able to come into her own and continue the work of the Royal family with her social media posts."

He continued: "Polls have shown that Kate and William are only now second to The Queen in terms of popularity in Britain and that was, until fairly recently, a position almost nailed on Prince Harry. But he's dropped right down the pecking order in recent months.

"Kate has this charm offensive she's been engaged in since the drama with Harry and Meghan.

"We've seen her offer more personal notes of her life. Such as when she released a video of the family over Easter as they toasted marshmallows on the beach and when she and William visited Scotland and William made the keynote speech about how he was in Scotland the moment that it came through that his mother has died."

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